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    Tom Monahon of Sacramento, volunteers his time as he works to rebuild the sign into Camp Pollock In January, the State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy now manages the property.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    A rabbit runs through the grounds of Camp Pollock as work continues at Camp Pollock.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    The American River flows next to Camp Pollock, Formerly run by Boy Scouts of America. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy now manages the property.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    The Boy Scout logo sits on the gate into Camp Pollock.The State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    A totem pole lies on the ground, a remnant of the Boy Scott influence at Camp Pollock. In January, the State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy now manages the property.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    Signs that once recited the Boy Scout motto, sit on the railing outside the meeting hall as work continues at Camp Pollock. In January, the State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    Signs that once recited the Boy Scout motto, sit on the railing outside the meeting hall as work continues at Camp Pollock.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    The American River flows next to Camp Pollock.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    Bikers head off from Camp Pollock, Saturday In January, the State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy now manages the property.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    A fire ring sits unused at Camp Pollock. The State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    Rows of benches sit outside the meeting hall as work continues at Camp Pollock.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    Matt Gaylord mops the floor inside of the meeting hall as work continues at Camp Pollock. The State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy now manages the property.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    Matt Gaylord sweeps the floor inside of the meeting hall as work continues at Camp Pollock.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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    The grass and trees of Camp Pollock
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
  • POLLOCK
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    Tom Monahon of Sacramento, volunteers his time as he works to rebuild the sign into Camp Pollock, In January, the State Lands Commission acquired Camp Pollock, formerly run by Boy Scouts of America. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy now manages the property.
    Brian Baer | sabeephotos@sacbee.com
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